|Nov||20 - 21||Chef Essentials||Auckland|
|Nov||21 - 22||Fundamentals of Agile||Wellington|
|Nov||22 - 23||Professional Scrum Master||Christchurch|
|Nov||27 - 28||Fundamentals of Agile||Auckland|
|Nov||29 - 30||Agile Project Management||Wellington|
|Dec||5 - 6||Agile Project Management||Christchurch|
|Dec||11 - 12||Scaled Professional Scrum (Nexus)||Auckland|
|Feb||7 - 8||Fundamentals of Agile||Christchurch|
|Feb||13 - 14||Fundamentals of Agile||Auckland|
|Feb||21 - 22||Fundamentals of Agile||Wellington|
|Feb||21 - 22||Professional Scrum Master||Auckland|
|Feb||27 - 28||Agile Project Management||Auckland|
The Agile training was very good, especially the Being Agile vs Doing Agile. Well-run course. Nick set the scene, answered questions, encouraged open dialogue and learning through doing. Focus on key points and concepts. A lot of practical experience to back up points made. Nick was an excellent facilitator.
The tutor/trainer is highly experienced in the subject and was able to give life context to the materials being taught as he is actively doing Agile projects. He ensured all participants had a good understanding of the subject and was clear and articulate. The course was well structured and logical.
I DID recommend Assurity Education to my managers. I received my PSPO training (from Edwin) and certification while working at another company and I was delighted with the way Edwin coached/helped us. He did a great job. So when my manager asked me for advice, I was crystal clear – we need training and Assurity is the team to go to.